Designers of the freedom tower, soon to rise at ground zero, say cutting-edge engineering will make occupants safer. Will they be safe enough?
By Laurie Goldman and Sander GoldmanPosted 05.06.2005 at 6:00 pm 0 Comments
Immediately after 9/11, it looked like the age of the high-rise trophy building was over. But at the politically symbolic height of 1,776 feet (designated by master planner Daniel Libeskind), the World Trade Center's replacement will be among the three tallest buildings in the world upon its completion in 2008.